For Immediate Release: Rockin' Rich Lynch Injects More Juice Into Recent "Standing Rock" Song Victory Remix

(Nashville, TN) - With the Dakota Access Pipeline now shut down pending further review, Nashville recording artist Rockin' Rich Lynch has seized the moment to inject a little more energy into the song he first released for the cause back in the Winter of 2016 called "You Can't Push Over a Standing Rock".

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"We had a version in the archives that made sense to release now in the wake of this recent good news about DAPL," Lynch recalled. "Essentially, it was sped up, several seconds we're knocked off the first mix and this alternate take manages to take on a life of its own that is more upbeat than the original recording."

"I had some brave friends who journeyed to North Dakota from Nashville to fight the black snake," Lynch said. "They put aside their own comfortable day-to-day lives in Mid-Tenn to stand for justice and the environment in harsh conditions. I don't think I could do it but offering them a song was at least an option for me."

For Lynch, recording the song in Tennessee was the fulfillment of a life-long dream when he and his wife and co-writer Laura Turner Lynch moved to Nashville in 2015 after spending a lifetime on the East Coast. This was the first track he laid down in Music City.

"I always felt my destiny was elsewhere and there's something intangible about being here in Nashville," Lynch said about his later in life relocation to the south. "Inspiration is literally on every corner and I think my guitar playing has improved just from osmosis or there's something in the local water that comes from the musically famous Cumberland River."

Rockin' Rich Lynch releases a more energetic version of "Standing Rock" song.

The "You Can't Push Over a Standing Rock" 2020 Remix is a three-minute and ten second impartial look at the events as they unfolded on the Great Plains. It's a rallying cry that people won't simply be pushed around because the men with deep pockets can buy big, intimidating weapons. The track rises on a swamp groove and urgent chorus that channels classic Springsteen sitting in on a session by The Doors.

"I brought a relatively undefined idea to this dynamic production team comprised of Steve Creech and Mark Behm. They really brought it to life in a timely manner," Lynch said of the song that was completed almost four years earlier. "Steve pushed me to get the best vocal performance possible and Mark helped craft the words and created the underlying urgent vibe. Together, they both really understood what I was going for and they put an incredible amount of care into the project."

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ABOUT RICH LYNCH: Rich Lynch is a singer/songwriter who began his professional recording career in 2014 with "I Want to Live in a Dome". He has now released 30 critically acclaimed digital singles to the online marketplace and he is currently hard at work in Nashville on several new tracks that will soon see the light of day. More at -

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